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How they met

    The young hiker had not noticed the underbrush's damage to his jacket. "Oh, it's torn!" cried somebody sympathetically. "But I could easily repair it for you. My name's Jean Thomson."

    He looked at her and promptly forgot all about the rip.

    "I'm Paul Harris," said he. "I enjoy hiking. I think it's wonderful."1

Also see www.rotaryfirst100.org/women/jeanharris

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